When it comes to training and preparation, these three Miss Venezuela winners are some of the most well-transformed for international competitions. They were given the luxury of time in their hands, and have come a long way since their crowning last 4th quarter of 2012.
Just consider Elian Herrera alone. This glamazonic stunner, who stands at an enviable 6″1′, is all set to take the Miss International stage by storm. Gone are the days when she would still be conscious about her vertical advantage. With her luscious skin tone and dusky appeal, she can literally look down at all her fellow candidates (possibly in Japan still) and show that she has what it takes to wrest her country’s Mikomoto-encrusted crown for the nth time.
And how about Miss Earth-bound Alyz Heinrich? She was one of my top picks during the national finals last year, and I’m just too happy she nailed one of the titles. Her height (barely 5’7″) may pale in comparison to the two others, but her gorgeous face is more than enough to make heads turn and stay transfixed in her vibrant aura. If the contest stays put in Manila, I bet she will be a constant favorite for the top spot, even possibly bettering her compatriot Osmariel Villalobos’s Miss Water placement.
And who doesn’t know Maria Gabriela Isler? Osmel Sousa must have stayed on her case longer than the rest. After all, her upcoming stint in Moscow is one event every Venezuelan will watch with unbridled excitement. Never mind that the host city is expected to be more keen on one of their continental own to take it all the way, she will still raise the bar, step up to the plate and hurdle all obstacles along the way to insure her spot in the November 9 big event.
So who is your bet to take a grand slam (I still include ME regardless of what happened) win among the three? 😉